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St Elizabeth, Bolton Road

St Elizabeth, Bolton Road, Aspull, Wigan, Greater Manchester WN2 1QW View on map

Built in 1876 by James Medland Taylor and Henry Taylor in red brick. Interior of attractive brickwork. Several notable stained glass windows, with two by Stammer. The west rose window is a thirteen piece window by Hardmans.


Opening Arrangements

23 March - 21 September, Thursday 10am - 3pm; 25 March - 23 September, Saturday 10am - 2pm; Mothering Day 26 March 10am - 2pm; Good Friday 14 April 10am - 2pm; St Elizabeth weekend Saturday 18 November 10am - 2pm.


M61 junction 6, A6027 to A6 Chorley Road or M6 junction 27 via Wigan, A49, B5238 to Aspull. Church is on the junction of Bolton Road, Hall Lane. Rail: Wigan North Western or Wallgate (approximately 3 miles), Hindley station (½ mile).

Parking Spaces


Road side parking on Bolton Road.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes